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Nooner or Later 

Al shows his new temp Dexter around the shoe store, while Bud and Kelly queues outside for a rock concert, and Peggy, aiming to win a trip to Tahiti, tries to get Al to make a fool of himself over the radio.

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Marcy D'Arcy
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Jefferson D'Arcy
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Kevin (as Douglas Christopher)
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Ann (as Stacy Ferguson)
Peter Steinfeld ...
Pete (as Pete Steinfeld)
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Helen Faraday ...
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Barbara (as Kelly Goodman)
Steve Graham ...
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Nicole Nagorsky ...
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Storyline

While Al is busy at the shoe store with his new temp, Dexter, Peggy must coerce Al into an act over the phone to win a prize on a radio call-in show hosted by Rick Dees. One act for Al is to come home to have a nooner with Peggy. Meanwhile, Kelly and Bud wait in line in the mall outside the shoe store for rock concert tickets. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy

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10 April 1994 (USA)  »

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The girl who gets Bud to give her his place in line for the burned beyond recognition concert is an almost unrecognizable Fergie (of the Black Eyed Peas). This was also the sole episode to feature Al's shoe store assistant Dexter. See more »

Quotes

[a fat woman is having shoes put onto her at a shoe store]
Barbara: OWW! Your hurting my baby toe!
Dexter: Ma'am. There ain't a damn thing on your body that's "baby".
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